[ADMINISTRATORS] Local racists queried, "You are with a white guy who belongs to a master race?" I replied to them, "He is a postman not a postmaster!"
Article 525 of the New Civil Code provides: “ The possession of things or rights may be had in one of two concepts: either in the concept of owner; or in that of the holder of the thing or right to keep or enjoy it, the ownership pertaining to another person.” More than a … Continue reading Better Right of Possession Over the Subject Property: The Case of Villanueva vs. Perez
“Science is useful in decision-making. It is a critical one because of its limiting or empowering effects on decisions. This holds true whether the decisions are being made in a trial court.” Six (6) years ago, this Decision was chosen as sample of legal writing by Judge Eliza B. Yu that will be submitted … Continue reading Application of Sir Isaac Newton’s First Law of Motion: The Case of People vs. Basa for Reckless Imprudence Resulting In Homicide
People vs. Llanera of the P728 Million Fertilizer Scam, the pre-trial presided by Judge Eliza B. Yu was published by the Philippine Star on February 28, 2011; published in politicalarena.com and philstar.com on April 18, 2011 with news heading, “ Palace: It's up to Jocjoc to talk” https://www.academia.edu/34750634/P728_Million_Fertilizer_Scam_The_Case_of_People_vs._Llanera_for_Perjury
People vs. Cecilia “Cheche” Lazaro , Criminal Case No. M – PSY – 09-09532 – CR, for violation of RA No. 4200 (The Anti-Wiretapping Act), the news of the court’s ruling by Judge Eliza B. Yu was published by newspapers and tabloids on August 18, 2010. The news landed in the front page of the … Continue reading RA No. 4200 (The Anti-Wiretapping Act): The Case of People vs. Lazaro
Subject to the provisions of RA No. 8293, the private reproduction of a published work in a single copy, where the reproduction is made by a natural person exclusively for research and private study, shall be permitted, without the authorization of the owner of copyright in the work. The permission granted shall not extend to … Continue reading Reproduction of Published Work
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The following acts shall not constitute infringement of copyright: The recitation or performance of a work, once it has been lawfully made accessible to the public, if done privately and free of charge or if made strictly for a charitable or religious institution or society; The making of quotations from a published work if they … Continue reading Limitations of Copyright